V.22 No.13 | 3/28/2013
Music Explore February’s sonic psychogeography Live music hunter-and-gatherer Mike Smith takes us on a trip through his February adventures in live, local music in this month’s Last Month in Music . Scope related A/V below. I particularly recommend watching Boba & Gobi’s performance of “Klaus Klaus Dr. Meatball Dr. Meatball” featuring A Hawk and a Hacksaw’s Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost. Food Chile Roasting Saturday, Sept 23: 9am-3pm Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
The Armijo family has been growing their unique Sabinal Special chile on their 7-acre farm in Sabinal for over 20 years with no pesticides or GMO products.
Art Crafternoon Saturday, Sept 23: 3-5pm Tractor Brewing Taproom
Bring a knitting or crochet pattern, or follow along with others. Kits available to the first crafters who arrive.
Comm Block Party for Peace and Dignity Saturday, Sept 23: 3-7pm Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice
Celebrate International Day of Peace with music, poetry, spoken word and post thoughts on peace, respect, safety and dignity at the Peace Tree.
Music Anniversary Weekend Hootenanny Saturday, Sept 23: 3-11pm Rio Bravo Brewing Company
Fred Johnson Band • Higher Ground Bluegrass • folk, bluegrass • Silver String Band • Americana, bluegrass, folk • Squash Blossom Boys • bluegrass, folk, Americana
Comm Somos Saturday, Sept 23: 4-10pm Downtown Albuquerque
A city-wide festival that showcases the best, world-class entertainment, food vendors and local restaurants, craft brewing, arts and culture organizations, nonprofits, tech, and more.
Song & Dance Jubilation & Surprise! Saturday, Sept 23: 6-8:30pm St. John's United Methodist Church
The New Mexico Philharmonic perform Mozart’s motet
Exsultate, jubilate. Schubert’s Mass in G, and Haydn’s “ Surprise” Symphony. Matthew Greer conducts.